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Windows 7: Batch file to automatically log a user off after a time of inactivity

17 May 2013   #11


What if we look at third party timers at least for part of the total scheme. I am still thinking of a SS type of program to inform the user of what is going on.

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19 May 2013   #12


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19 May 2013   #13

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Nice find, I think that is the best possible solution for you.
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